(1) A Person making a Prospectus Offer may, subject to section 4.9, produce a Prospectus structured either as:
(a) multiple documents comprising:
(i) a Summary;
(ii) a Registration Statement; and
(iii) a Securities Note; or
(b) a single document containing a Summary and all the information required to be included in the Registration Statement and Securities Note.
(2) For the purposes of section 62 of the FSMR, the Prospectus must:
(a) present information in a form which is comprehensible and easy to analyse;
(b) contain the documents and information specified in (1)(a) or (b) as are applicable; and
(c) in the case of an Offer of Securities to the Public, have an application form that meets the requirement in Rule 4.5.6.
(3) Without prejudice to the general disclosure required under section 62 of the FSMR, the Person producing the Prospectus must ensure that the Prospectus contains:
(a) the statements and information required to be included in the Summary, as prescribed in Rule 4.5.2;
(b) all the information relating to the Issuer, as required to be included in a Registration Statement as set out in APP 1 paragraph A1.1;
(c) all the information relating to the Securities, as required to be included in a Securities Note as set out in APP 1 paragraph A1.2; and
(d) a prominent disclaimer in bold, on the front page of the Prospectus, as follows:
"The ADGM does not accept any responsibility for the content of the information included in the Prospectus, including the accuracy or completeness of such information. The liability for the content of the Prospectus lies with the Issuer of the Prospectus and other Persons, such as Experts, whose opinions are included in the Prospectus with their consent. The ADGM has also not assessed the suitability of the Securities to which the Prospectus relates to any particular investor or type of investor. If you do not understand the contents of this Prospectus or are unsure whether the Securities to which the Prospectus relates are suitable for your individual investment objectives and circumstances, you should consult an authorised financial adviser."